Dispelling the myth of Quest being a university on top of an Ivory Tower, and how Quest students can get involved in the Squamish community.
I will start off by saying that physical sciences classes at Quest are a challenge, to say the least, but they are incredible – if you put the work in! Imagine falling asleep every night dreaming of halogenation reactions and … Continued
I understand that people have birthdays on every day of the year, many on the same day. After all, there are 7 billion people on Earth, all with birthdays. What I found most remarkable is the amount of birthdays at Quest. Each … Continued
I had an essay due this past Friday at 10 p.m. After having taken six classes at Quest so far, I am used to writing essays in a short period. However, this instance brought to light the reason I came … Continued
Two nights ago Quest was surprised by a blanket of white snow that enveloped campus. Skiers bounded off to Whistler to shred some fresh pow, snowmen were built, and snowball fights were had. My friend Amar and I decided that … Continued
This past Friday, Quest ran a shuttle to the Whistler Olympic Park to go snowshoeing, all expenses paid. I have been snowshoeing twice in my life and loved it: the soft tread of my snowshoes clamping onto the packed snow, … Continued