Exchange to Bhutan

Bhutan what? Where? Why? Quest has a variety of exchange options that all offer their own experiences but deciding where I wanted to go last spring was an easy decision. I wanted to go to the place that was the … Continued

My Host Parents’ European Adventures

I met my host parents, Jim and Claire, for the first time in November of 2013, exactly two years from now. What began as a simple get to know each other dinner, turned into a heart-warming and enriching event that led … Continued

Lets Go Help Build an Earthship?

A call went out to students mid-September for an exciting block break trip. A Quest student had heard of an organization that was doing a work party to help build an Earthship near Penticton BC and organized a block break … Continued

The Five Step Plan to Voting at Quest

The 5 Step Plan to Voting at Quest I began my day with a plan. A plan to participate in democracy, have my say, and vote. This is the plan and execution as follows: Step One Plan: Get up, make coffee, … Continued

Summer living in Albania

For as long as I can remember, my summers have always included a trip to nearby, beautiful cities of Albania. Long walks in the beach, volleyball playing with neighbours, big lunches, long hikes, and warm, sunny days are just a few … Continued

Classics in the Aegean: Exporing the Aegean Coast returning home (Part 2)

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a blog about the first part of my trip in Turkey, found here. This blog included stories about my travels (exploring Toronto and spending all night at the airport in Istanbul), visiting different ancient … Continued

Chef of the Day: Feijoada Brasiliera

Even though, Quest is a relatively small university, it is home to students from more than 40 countries. Our global campus is dedicated to building a diverse student body, offering student services, and making everyone feel happy and safe. Quest’s … Continued

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