The Carnegie Reporter is the magazine of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and the website for the magazine has the full-text of the print edition. The purpose of the magazine, in addition to Carnegie Corporation's grant making, is to be "a hub for ideas and a place where we could share ideas and strategies we are exploring." Not only is the magazine freely available online, a free subscription to the print edition is also available if visitors click on "Subscribe to the print-edition of the Reporter." The past seventeen issues, published in the spring and fall since 2000, are accessible online. The biannual publication focuses on projects the Carnegie Foundation is involved in funding, in part or in whole. Visitors shouldn't miss the condensed version of Colin Powell's speech on immigration, in February 2009, at the City College of New York's Colin Powell Center for Policy Studies. It is the feature on "The Back Page" of the current issue.


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