Literary expression is an important means of chronicling various aspects of human achievement. In the case of Seton Hall there are several stories that are being written about people, places and parts of the institution that add unique perspective to the documentary story of the institution overall. Alternative venues aside from journals, magazines and related printed matter have a home as part of a historical web publishing presence that we are actively working to develop over time. Essays on this page can be accessed through the title lines found below. For more information on these and other topics for further research perspective, please contact Alan Delozier, University Archivist via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at: (973) 275-2378.