UM Student Leads Fight On Climate Change; A Chef's Insatiable Work Ethic

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Most young people are concerned with juggling academic responsibilities, chores and maintaining a respectable social life. But there is always an exception to the norm. Meet Delaney Reynolds , published author, environmentalist and freshman at the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science. She is the founder of the Sink or Swim project, an initiative determined to raise awareness about sea-level rise and climate change. “I like to say that my life has been surrounded by water,” said Reynolds. “I am enthralled by nature and that’s what inspired me to become a marine biologist and study marine topics.” Reynolds has a long list of accomplishments for someone who just started her first year of university. By the time she was in the eighth grade, she had published three books about the Florida Keys and its majestic wildlife. As a 17-year old, Reynolds led the climate change conversation during the Tedx Talks in Miami and addressed the General Assembly at

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