Quest slumber party featuring: the Notebook

Ah young love, the kind that makes you want to laugh and cry at the same time. That’s how I feel whenever I watch the Notebook, based on the book by Nicholas Sparks. Sparks is known for his sappy romance novels … Continued

Floor reps at Quest

Quest is a tight-knit community, but keeping the peace on campus isn’t always easy. There are many groups that work towards maintaining a safe and happy campus, including campus security, the emergency first response team, village advisors, and floor reps. … Continued

Accompanying pianist for Brackendale Elementary’s Rapunzel

If you told me that a group of elementary school students (aged 5-12) could learn and perform a play in a week, I wouldn’t believe you. That is, until I heard of Missoula Children’s Theatre – a theatre company that … Continued

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Interview with Quest Alumna Ally Just

This month I interviewed Ally Just, who graduated from Quest in 2013. E: Where are you from? A: I’m from Toronto, Ontario. And I moved into Quest when I was 17, right after high school. E: How did you hear about … Continued

Community Day 2015 – Into Our Wild

Quest prides itself on its close community, and it’s something that I often blog about. The constant events and sports games serve to bring together students from all years. Inevitably, as Quest grows, the strong sense of community lessens. But, … Continued

Where are they now? – Interview with Quest Alumna Jessica Pacunayen

Before coming to Quest, I was very curious as to what the graduates were doing, whether working, travelling or in graduate studies. I was nervous that the Quest degree would not be accepted, and that I would be wasting four years … Continued

Residence Council Event: Cookie Drop In!

On Tuesday night my roommate and I were in our room doing homework, as per usual. I was slogging through my biochemistry homework, she writing an essay for her Piano in Society course. Although we both enjoy our courses immensely – … Continued

Halloween For Hunger

Halloween is a time for costumes, pumpkin carving, haunted houses, and candy. Lots and lots of candy. But while little witches and ghosts go door-to-door picking up treats, the Quest rotary club participated in Halloween For Hunger, a campaign focused on getting … Continued

5 Things to do at Quest on a Rainy Day

Squamish is one of the wettest places in Canada, averaging 178 rainy days per year. Being the outdoor recreation capital of Canada, this could be a burden as Squamish is most appreciated on sunny days, when people can be seen … Continued

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