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Finding Clarity on the Balkan Peninsula

One balmy September morning, I sat in the Austin airport breathing shallowly, gripped by apprehension. I was about to traverse the Atlantic to meet 18 Flying Longhorns...


Glorious Greece

In Greece, the Flying Longhorns discovered a country at once ancient and new. It’s easy to see why the ancient Greeks believed that Delphi was the center of...


Hooked on the Beach in Greece

Lee Vogt, BS ’69, and Gary Vogt, BBA ’69, hooked ’em from the beach on Rhodes Island in Greece, as part of a 12-day Mediterranean cruise they enjoyed with...


Horns Up in Greece

Patricia Pullus Edwards, BS ’76, Life Member, shows her Texas spirit while hiking through Meteora, Greece.



After the Cold War’s Thaw, UT Professor Uncovers Archaeological Treasure

How a UT researcher stumbled onto a hidden archaeological treasure and shared it with the world. UT archaeology professor Joseph Carter’s niche is excavating...


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...


Sea Breezes and Silkworms: Flying Longhorns Cruise the Mediterranean

In Rome, they gaped in wonder at the vaulted ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. In Turkey, they explored the ancient ruins of Ephesus, Cleopatra’s old stomping grounds....

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