Significant Changes in the Festival’s Organization.
An Examination of How Changes in Faculty have Affected Students.
Quest tries out evening class timeslot, brings new challenges to the block
Discrepancies in responsibility over funding Cabaret provoke debate about the relative importance of annual event.
Five graduating players honoured at final home games
On resigning as CAO and his vision for the future of Quest
Board members answer questions about Quest’s size, finances, and future
Also addresses development plans, financial situation
Is there such thing as an apolitical party?
Symposium addressing issues of racial and oppression to revisit campus, still being organized
Partially funded by external bodies, needs-based award part of larger scholarship restructuring
Will the Sirocco project set an example for development in Squamish?
Demonstration and dialogue aim to raise awareness about student-administrator disconnect
Manifesto outlines different stakeholders’ responsibilities in creating a sexually safer campus.
By Kendra Perrin.
Masthead hires next year’s Masthead instead of electing it.
By Anna Marie Obermeier.
Part of ongoing efforts to discourage building residents from knocking down the signs.
By Ben Scowen.
High voter turnout, the SRC’s first political team, and the work ahead.
By Michaela Slinger & Kendra Perrin.
SRC funds 100 per cent of student proposals.
SRC elections data visualized.
All the key points and key moments.
The Mark sits down with candidates in run-up to SRC executive election.
On January 15, the Student Representative Council (SRC) implemented the Honourary Guests Policy and started a revision of the current proposal and funding system.
Queen of the cult of the Floor-reps is replaced by King.
Getting to know Jim Cohn during his first month on the job.
Unstable enrollment necessitates visiting tutor “patching".
President, vice-president off campus leaves unclear chain of command.
Student’s mother not allowed on campus due to earlier incident.
SRC postpones its vote to restructure due to absent ministers.
Quest Reflects on its use of anonymous social media.