Stuart Levy, assistant professor of tourism and hospitality management, was featured in The Washington Post. The Feb. 12 article, “Metro after Midnight: ‘No one wants to go out in Georgetown,’” explored the implications of a Metro budget-cut. Levy stressed the importance of late-night Metro service: “What about D.C. wanting to be an international city? D.C. is just changing its image. People think it’s a boring town until they experience it. This is the old image we are going back to.”
Posted by gwsb on February 14, 2011 | Filed under: Getting Ink.