MAGICAL TWO WEEKS IN CALIFORNIA

In the past few years, I have written several travel blog posts about my trips to California, Turkey, Albania, and Kosovo. While these posts are not directly related to Quest and its academics, they do give a more personal perspective … Continued

A Glimpse of Living in Squamish

The summer of 2015 was hectic time for Squamish; well… I suppose most summers must be. Come summertime, every blade of grass rooted in Squampton’s earth begins to bloom. The brown-beige mountains explode into a multitude of green shades and … Continued

This Year of Theater at Quest

Every year at Quest we’ve usually had at least one play which is usually put up by the annual ‘Theater: Acting and Directing’ class around April or March. In addition to this, often times there are shows put up independently … Continued

Squamish Hike for Hospice

Hello everyone, Last week, I had the opportunity to join the Squamish Hospice Society during one of their fundraising events called Hike for Hospice. As a result of my positive experience with this organization and their amazing work in our community, I decided to … Continued

Meet Your Summer Ambassador – Poema

Hello everyone! Some of you may already know me from Preview Days, the Admit Event, and Campus Visits – my name is Poema and I have just finished my third year here at Quest University Canada. This summer I will … Continued

Beautiful Barkley Sound (and the surrounding area)

For me, learning is always better when I am surrounded by other enthusiastic people, and when I am being taught by people who love what they do. For the past 11 days I was on a massive field trip with … Continued

Quest on Wheels

Is it a horse? Is it your car? No, it’s a Quest Bike-Share bike! Last month, the Student Representative Council (SRC) funded an initiative of the bike co-op at Quest to set up a bike-share program. Starting this week, any student … Continued

Block Breaks: Adventures in the Desert and in the Snow

The block plan at Quest is quite intense. Three and a half weeks of assignments, deadlines, and readings about one subject can be tiring, especially when the mountains outside are covered in snow and beautiful rock climbing is right around the … Continued

Block Breakers

It’s no secret that Squamish is a mecca for outdoor recreation, in fact its official tagline is “Hardwired for Adventure.” The opportunities here are seemingly endless when it comes to getting off campus and recuperating from all that time in … Continued

A Very Long Field Trip

Last semester there was a day that was the longest day, but still a good day. It was a field trip day. I was in a class called “Conservation of Migratory Species” taught by a wonderful tutor, Mai Yasue. In … Continued

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