LIGHTS, CAMERA . . . ADVICE!
Real journalists are born with a sixth sense. It’s ourmost reliable source, an inner voice that tips us off whenthere’s more to a story than meets the eye. My sixth sensehas never been wrong, which is probably why I’m therst broadcast journalist in the history of the MarquetteMiddle School TV station to have her own weekly seg-ment. Most people think my success has something to dowith my hard-hitting interview style, which once reduceda corrupt student body V.P. to on-air tears. Live.But I’m pretty sure it’s my sixth sense.Take this morning before homeroom, when my bestfriend, Molly Knight, sailed into the Channel M newsstudio between my vocal warm-ups and wardrobe check.Her petite frame was bundled in a quilted ivory puffy