What is Dark Matter? My Question and the beauty of uncertainty

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Every student at Quest must create a unique “Question” and create a proposal that will guide their learning and experiences they have during their final two years at Quest University. This is something that takes place during “Question Block,” a class … Continued

MAA Teaching Award and the 100 Year Anniversary Conference

A short while ago, Glen Van Brummelen, one of Quest’s founding faculty members, was alerted that he had been awarded one of the highest honors a mathematics professor can receive: the Mathematical Association of America’s Pacific Northwest Teaching Award, putting … Continued

Confessions of a Physics Student

I get asked a lot what it’s like being a physics student at a liberal arts school. Up until recently, I haven’t really had a good answer to that since nearly all of my first year was spent studying things … Continued

Uzume Taiko Comes to Quest

Quest has no shortage of eclectic shows and events and Uzume Taiko’s appearance at Quest was certainly a re-enforcement of that fact. Performing to a packed house in the Multi Purpose Room, Uzume Taiko’s blend of traditional Japanese culture with … Continued

Quest's New Resource Center: The Lumen Room

Spilling out of opposite rooms on the 4th Floor of Ossa residence stood a large group of students celebrating the newly operational Lumen Room last Friday night. It was an exceptionally busy place both in terms of people and activities, … Continued

NY Times Ranks Squamish as #32 Place to Visit on Earth in 2015

Among the likes of Milan, Italy, Chile, Yellowstone, and other world-famous powerhouses of tourism and grandeur, Squamish, BC, the home of Quest University finds itself perched at spot #32 in the New York Times’ annual article of worldwide destinations. That’s … Continued

Adventure Club’s Avalanche Training

Quest students tend to get restless during the rainy fall. The long-lasting drizzle holds back prospects of skiers, snowboarders, and climbers alike, with both soggy slopes and wet cliffs. Campus becomes an excitable place for many once October begins to … Continued

Adventure Club’s Avalanche Training

Quest students tend to get restless during the rainy fall. The long-lasting drizzle holds back prospects of skiers, snowboarders, and climbers alike, with both soggy slopes and wet cliffs. Campus becomes an excitable place for many once October begins to … Continued

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