Quest’s Trip to Peru

By Landon – 3rd year student Because of Quests dynamic block schedule, we take only one class at a time. This opens up several opportunities to do classes in different environments, instead of the usual inside classroom. One of these … Continued

Exchange and Study Abroad at Quest

By Leah – 4th year student Are you interested in Exchange? Do you like to travel, explore, adventure and learn in a culture you are not familiar with? Do you like meeting new people around the world, taking interesting classes … Continued

What Is It Like Being an International Student at Quest

By Yin Xzi – 1st Year Student Having grown up in the International Student Bubble all my life I’ve quickly grown accustomed to answering the question: where are you from? The answer is that I was born in Malaysia, and … 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

My summer in food

When someone asks you how your summer went, what’s an appropriate response – especially if you can’t bear the smalltalk, repeating the same phrase over and over, the same half a laugh with the same halfhearted joke wishing it could … 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

That’s a (W)Rap!

Photo Credits to Kendrick Dettmers Photography The summer was here, though the end is near Clouds in the sky where it was once clear Sunshine, lemonade and sizzling beef Slowly change into the falling of leaves Looking atop, if you ever did … Continued

Keeping Your Head Above the Clouds

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It’s another dull, gray day. The mountains have all but vanished behind thick clouds, the rain tipper-tappers endlessly on, as it has for two weeks, and the sun is already setting at 6pm. What I am describing is thankfully not what … Continued