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From Sea to Sky: Galápagos to Machu Picchu, Part 2

Pat Cook, BA ’73, Life Member, roamed the Galápagos Islands and Machu Picchu last month with the Flying Longhorns. In Part 1, Cook reflected on the wondrous...

 
 

From Sea to Sky: Galápagos to Machu Picchu, Part 1

Pat Cook, BA ’73, Life Member, roamed the Galápagos Islands and Machu Picchu last month with the Flying Longhorns. In this first of a two-part travelogue, Cook...

 
 

Flying Longhorns Tour the Panama Canal

One of the world’s greatest engineering feats, the Panama Canal turns 100 this year. The 48-mile-long canal sees more than 14,000 ships annually. This spring,...

 
 

The Cuban Evolution

After half a century of stalled relations, the U.S. and Cuba are slowly but surely reconnecting, and a select group of Texas Exes is taking part. Texas Exes have...

 
 

Just Around the River Bend: Flying Longhorns Tour Germany

You can take a Longhorn out of Texas, but you can’t take the burnt orange-wearing, Hook ’em Horns-raising, Texas Fight-cheering out of a Longhorn. In October,...

 
 

Viva Italia

With pristine waters and the Swiss Alps in the distance, Italy’s lake district has drawn visitors for centuries. In September, 31 Flying Longhorns got to see what...

 
 

Where the Buffalo Roam

Notes from a journey into the most famed national parks of the West—from the pungent geysers of Yellowstone to the majestic peak of Grand Teton. Writer Wallace...

 
 

Longhorns Revisit Their Honeymoon in Greece

Retracing the exact steps of your honeymoon isn’t something most couples have the opportunity to do. But on a recent Flying Longhorns trip, Sam Horton, MS...

 
 

Horns Up in Athens

Priscilla Rodriguez, BA, BS ’13, recently celebrated her graduation on the Flying Longhorns’ annual Essential Europe trip for new grads. She took hook ’em...

 
 

Longhorns Reconnect with Friends and Family in Prague

A recent Flying Longhorns trip to Prague in the Czech Republic was more than just a vacation for several travelers. Old friends reunited and distant relatives finally...

 
 
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