Porcini, portobello and cremini … you’ve probably heard of these types of mushrooms, but how about mycelium? Literally translated as “more than one,” mycelium is the vegetative part of a fungus consisting of a network of interwoven thin, white filaments….
Practicing What You Speak
Use it or lose it. That seems to be the common theme when it comes to learning and remembering a foreign language. But at Syracuse University, students, faculty and staff have a way of using their foreign language skills and enjoying some good food and good company at the same time. This video was co-produced and edited by Michael Helfenbein ’16, a work-study student in the Office of News Services.
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