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At The Thirty-Two Hundred, every two weeks you can connect with the Quest social media community, view upcoming events and read stories about our students, staff, faculty and alumni.
IN THIS ISSUE: We chat with an alum about ecological preservation, learn more about the big BC referendum, and catch up with a student whose art advocates for the environment.
Julia Simmerling '15 | This outdoorsy alum fills us in on what an average day is like at the Cedar Coast Field Station, and tells us how Quest prepared her for life after university.  Read more.>

our stories


Dr. Kaija Belfry Munroe | Confused about the BC referendum? Still not sure how you want to vote? Our Canadian politics expert has answers.  
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Mathias Horne '19 | Artistic fourth-year gives us the details on his art and explains why he chose Quest.
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TRANSFER TO QUEST!

Are you (or is someone you know) looking for a change? Quest University just may be the answer! Join us at our first Transfer Fair at the Vancouver Public Library on November 20 from 3-6 pm. We will be processing applications on the spot! Don't miss this opportunity to learn all about the ways you can thrive at Quest for the remainder of your college education.
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Would you like to see your art featured? Submit your work here
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“Within each Block, you read, write and think as professionals of that field, and this allows you to start to see the world from a different perspective.”  - Vasi Urvanova ’21

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TWITTER | Beautiful photo of an iconic #Squamish mountain captured by @heather.lissa. Oh, and FRIDAY! 
INSTA-DORM Do you have a beautifully decorated room? A sweetly styled study corner? Upcycled shelving to store your bottle cap collection? We want to see it! Tag your favourite photos with #QuestLiving and we’ll share your post. 📷 @matildaguille
Tag us in your posts and we'll share your photos.
#QuestUniversityCanada #QuestUniversity #CuriosityRequired #YourQuest #Squamish #QuestLiving
FACEBOOK | Safe to say Artist-in-Residence James Stewart’s portrait sculpting workshop was a good time? 📷 @mybanoffee
QUEST SCHOLARSHIP SYMPOSIUM
featuring nine student scholars


Saturday, November 17
Quest University, MPR

9 am-12 pm
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COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY: HOW OUR MEMORIES WORK
by Quest students


Monday, November 19
Squamish Public Library

6:30-8 pm
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TRANSFER TO QUEST
our first-ever Transfer Fair


Tuesday, November 20
Vancouver Public Library
Conference Centre

3-6 pm
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EMISSION IMPOSSIBLE:
CLEAN ENERGY WITH HYDROGEN
AND FUEL CELLS

with Dr. Andreas Truckenbrodt


Tuesday, November 27
Quest MPR

5:30-6:30 pm
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STAND-UP SCIENCE
OPEN MIC NIGHT

research, food, drink & games

Wednesday, December 5
Zephyr Café on Cleveland Avenue

6-10 pm
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