By Denece Mohammed

Denece Mohammed is an actuarial student living and working in Trinidad and Tobago. She writes mostly about herself -- her family, love, friendship and feminism -- and mostly for herself.

  1. The dorms were still empty save for us kids from all over the world; we met in the halls, at night on the “strip”, our accents mingling and flowing, already forming little groups that we would all fall back on in the years to come. I found my home that week in the Caribbean massive, populated mostly by my fellow Trinis.

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