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JUA: Aspects of Identity

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  • 1. Identity and Diet
    2010
    Junior Urban Adventure
    Boston, MA
  • 2. Bartley’s Burgers
    http://bartleysburgers.com/
    http://planeteyetraveler.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/dsc02478.jpg
    “I thought Bartley’s Burgers was a good and tasteful experience” –Connor Gorman
    Entry #2- Man this is one tasty burger its called a Joe Biden Burger with some cheese, bacon and BBQ sauce so you know its got all sorts of fats. –Clay Allen
  • 3. Museum of Science
    http://www.mos.org/
    http://www.boston.com/news/globe/ideas/brainiac/museumofscience.jpg
    “We watched a movie called “Planet You”. You shed 10 grams of skin a night. That’s the grossest thing I’ve ever heard!!”-Connor Gorman
    We took the train to the Museum of Science center. I walked around and watched videos did activities. I went into the identity display where I learned what my face would look like when I’m older if I smoked, if I was healthy, if I was unhealthy, and if I didn’t wear sunscreen. I also found that my arm span is greater than my height. I saw many videos on televisions. I also got see a lot of displays. –Dillon Harrington
  • 4. New Shanghai Restaurant
    http://www.newshanghairestaurant.com/
    http://flighttochina.net/wp-content/uploads/2007/10/roast_duck.jpg
    Entry #4- We are at a Chinese market so many things from fruit snacks to eel yea I defintley want eel on my menu heading out and going to a Chinese restaurant. –Clay Allen
    Journal Entry #4
    We came to China town, where we ate Chinese food at “New Shanghai,” which Maggie introduced to our group. She has selected numerous foods such as soup dumpling, spicy chicken, and roasted duck with teriyaki sauce, mapa tofu, and sea cucumber. These interesting Chinese foods showed us the diversity of food throughout the nation. –Nam Soo Kim
  • 5. Super Size Me Movie
    http://www.moviemachine.nl/images/movies/super_size_me_poster.jpg
    Entry 6It is day 2 and we just went to McDonalds. We are now walking back to the hotel to watch super size me. -Mike Vollmin and Connor Gorman
    We gathered in a meeting room to watch the movie, Super Size Me, which talks about how fast food is bad for our health. It was my second time to watch it. And it always let me think that I should take a careful look before I eat something, and fast food is bad for my health –Naram Moon
    Day 2
    We watched supersize me and now were gonna hit up mcds, kidding. –Christina Baker and Molly Tulley
  • 6. Harvard Garden’s
    http://www.harvardgardens.com/
    http://www.hiddenboston.com/images/HarvardGardensSmall.jpg
    Entry 7We just went out to eat at Harvard gardens. It is a very nice place and almost everybody ordered a buffalo chicken pizza. We met with Katie Horne, a nutritionist from the hospital and she was a very nice lady. –Mike Vollmin and Connor Gorman
    .Entry #7- Here at the Harvest Gardens we had variety of foods and sat down with a specialist on obesity Katie. She explained to us what importance it is to have a healthy diet and I believe her. –Clay Allen
    • We went out to lunch with Katie a nutritionist from Mass General Hospital, and she helped us figure out some questions we had from the movie. -Molly Tulley and Christina Baker
  • JUA
    Great trip!! Good luck to the juniors next year!

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