Exercise Physiology

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By Leah – 4th year student As a fourth year student I recently took a class called Exercise Physiology with a focus on the mechanisms that happen in the body during short term high intensity exercise, and long term lower … Continued

Math Through Interesting Problems

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By Yin Xzi – 1st year student Last month I took my first ever math course at Quest – it was called “Math Through Interesting Problems” taught by the wonderful Asia Matthews. The course overview promised that we were going … Continued

Summer Keystone Research at the BC Children’s Hospital

When Quest students take Question block in their second year, they are required to brainstorm ideas for their Keystone – the culminating project of our undergraduate education. Most students take one year or more to work this project, which can … Continued

Our_Futures: A New Academic Conference at Quest

Last year, two other Quest students and I started talking about technology, and Quest’s relationship with it. We noticed that, although many students at Quest are interested in technology in various forms, we didn’t have any kind of major gathering … Continued

Field Courses that Rock your Education!

For my September and October blocks I was only on campus for approximately 3 out of the 8 weeks, not because I wasn’t taking classes but because I was adventuring all over the western United States through two of Quest’s field … Continued

Quest Students and Faculty Commit to Political Discourse

I am writing this blog post to highlight the efforts of students and faculty to promote active participation in the US political process. It can be easy(ier) to disconnect from US politics when living outside the US. I am proud … Continued

A new year, with new people, making a new Quest

Summer in Squamish is beautiful. The mountains are beckoning for you to climb them, the sun is forcing you to leave the house and dirt is perfect for those hefty bike tires to ride on. One first-year student told me she spent the … Continued