WAFA, What?

What is WAFA? Internationally, WAFA is the acronym for Wilderness Advanced First Aid. It is a 40 hour course that prepares you for thorough first aid response in a wilderness settings. Quest’s Student Affairs coordinates with the local company Raven Rescue … Continued

Campus in Fall Splendour

We’re an open campus where visitors are always welcome. During our Preview Day last month, an educator visiting from Cincinnati explored our campus and captured these images…Quest in its autumn glory! He enjoyed Quest and Squamish so much, in fact, … Continued

ROTARACT: Halloween for Hunger

This past Tuesday I interviewed Hayley Inglis about an event she organized with Lauren StClaire, called Halloween for Hunger. This even was part of many events organized by the member of the Rotaract club at Quest. The Rotaract club meets twice a … Continued

Quest Speaker Series: Adam Hart, The Power of Food

As Squamish becomes more and more of a college town, the connections Quest has with Squamish grow. One of the strongest connections thus far is the ability to host events for Squamish locals on Quest’s campus, as our facilities provide good spaces for … Continued

Community Update

On the first Monday of each block, the whole community comes together for about a 45 minute meeting on the third floor of our library building. During this meeting, students and faculty welcome visiting tutors to the campus, give updates … Continued

Prime Numbers and Where To Find Them

Quest has an assortment of clubs and one of them is all about math. Now this may not seem like the most interesting thing to some of you, especially if you are picturing a bunch of people sitting in a … Continued

Halloween at Quest: Recap

I hope your sugar rushes have come to a calm, and your teeth have been brushed! Halloween at Quest was festive and fun with events that could have fit anyone’s appetite. Halloween weekend began with a screening of the Rocky … Continued

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

Quest Kermodes aren’t afraid of a little competition

As we enter November block, students have to say goodbye to some of the staples of fall at Quest—sunny days with great mountain views, days at the lake, and soccer season. One really nice way to spend a sunny weekend … Continued

Cultural Appropriation: Film Screening and Discussion

While Quest boasts an international community (12% of students come from 41 countries aside from the US and Canada), our campus remains predominantly white and North American. We spend lots of time in our classes talking about “other” cultures, and … Continued

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