Archive for: Ecuador


Horns Up at the Equator

Steven Elder, BBA ’91, Life Member, stood at the Equator in Quito, Ecuador, earlier this year.


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...


Longhorns in the Galápagos

Siblings Daniel Aberasturi, BA ’09, left, and Abril Aberasturi, BS ’03, hooked ’em with a giant tortoise in the Galápagos Islands last summer.


A Longhorn at the “Mitad del Mundo”

Bruce Cook, BA ’79, Life Member, thought of his alma mater while straddling the Equator in Ecuador. Cook—who works as a business consultant, bed-and-breakfast...


Life Members Visit the Equator

Jim Bissett, BS ’59, and Marsha Bissett are proud Life Members and board members of the Texas Exes Longhorn Village Chapter. They shared this photo from a...


Scientists Call Ecuadorian Region Hemisphere’s Most Biodiverse

A part of Ecuador being pursued for oil exploration is actually the Western Hemisphere’s single most biodiverse region, a team of international scientists...