Hidden Treasures on Campus

Campus is much like a candle; see, a candle flickers most wildly just before it goes out. Just in this manner, the things that make Quest what it is escalate in their intensity just as the Spring semester draws to a … Continued

Dancing Bear 2016

A bear? Dancing? What? Yes, DANCING BEAR! Dancing Bear is Quest’s very own music festival, held on campus and open to the public. Occurring on the second weekend of April block, it is one of the most anticipated events of … Continued

Cabaret: an exposition of the arts at Quest

There are hidden talents in Quest students, ones that you might not know about until you see them exposed. We are artists, mathematicians, scientists and humanitarians, among other things, but mostly we are passionate creators. Cabaret is an opportunity to … Continued

Quest Student Profiles: An Interview with Fanny

Fanny is a second year student from Vancouver. She is also part of the Elite Athlete and Performer Program for her horseback riding. Why did you pick Quest? I was first drawn to Quest because it was close enough to … Continued

Dessert March Madness

Around this time each year, students run and are voted by the student body to be on the Residence Council for the following year. At Quest, we have floor reps, similar to RA’s at a standard university, yet we operate … Continued

Quest Student Profiles: An Interview with Bayle

Bayle is a second year student from Vancouver.  Why did you pick Quest? I didn’t know what I wanted to study when I started to look for a university, so I wanted the opportunity to try more subjects before I … Continued

Mondial: Travelling Dinner

This weekend we had yet another event as part of our Mondial month: Travelling Dinner. The idea was that students would travel form dorm to dorm, enjoying food from five different locations around the world.  Each student received a “passport” upon … Continued

Getting sick at Quest

Guess what?  In the middle of writing this post I got really sick,  so now I believe I am freshly equipped with the knowledge to tell you about being ill in college. Getting sick is not the first thing that … Continued

Mondial: Month of International Diversity

Mondial – Month of International Diversity – has officially begun at Quest University Canada, and we are excited to elaborate on its progression in different blog posts for the next three weeks. More than three months ago, many of us international students gathered in … Continued

Quest Student Profiles: An Interview with Torin Nikiforuk

Torin is a fourth year student whose Question is “How can therapy alter neurological conditions and restore functionality?”  Where do you call home? I’m from Calgary, Alberta originally, but I recently moved to Campbell River on Vancouver Island. Why did … Continued