Maxwell, 15. from Lisburn is a fifth year student at Fort
Hill College and spent a week at the Star office finding out
what life as a journalist is like.
What do you like doing on your day
I like going shopping with my friends in town as well as
going to the cinema or watching an ice hockey match.
If you were to choose your favourite
meal what would it be. where and why?
My favourite meal would be chicken curry from the
Welcome Inn on Longstone Street.
What has been your proudest moment?
My proudest moment was when I first learned to swim.
What was the most frightening
moment of your life?
The most frightening moment of my life was when I was
eight. My mum and I went on a ride in Wallace Park and as
the ride started I began to slip below the bar. All I could
do was scream for my mum to help as she clung onto me. I was
How would you describe your taste in
Casual and colourful
What would you do if you won a million
I'd spend a lot of it on clothes and on a flashy
expensive car for when I learn to drive. I would also buy my
mum and dad a house in France and go on a massive holiday.
What was your most embarrassing
When I fell down the stairs in school as everyone was
What music do you like?
I'm into all types of music but at the moment the two I
like most are indie and dance
What sports person do you most admire?
I must admit I am not really a big sports fan but I
would say George Awada from the Belfast Giants ice hockey
team as I recently went for the first time to see them play
and I've become a fan.
Describe your best ever holiday. What
would your dream holiday be?
A trip to France in 2004. I love the language. My dream
holiday would be a trip to somewhere warm and exotic like
What is your greatest remaining
To do well in my GCSEs and A Levels as well as graduate
If you could spend a day with a
celebrity whom would you choose?
Rhianna as I think she's a great singer
If you were stranded on a desert
island what three things would you want with you?
A friend, my family and food
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Potter and the Deathly Hallows