Graduate student Emily Rains (PhD ’11) recently moved into a studio apartment in one of the two buildings now completed as part of the Munger Graduate Residence. Made possible with a generous gift from Charles T. Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, and his wife, Nancy B. Munger (BA ’45), the Munger Graduate Residence is a new concept in interdisciplinary living and learning at Stanford University. Designed specifically for Stanford Law and Stanford University graduate students, the 358 residential units will provide housing for approximately 600 students. Two of the five buildings have been completed and construction on the remaining three will continue through the spring, with all expected to be open for occupancy by summertime. To view a video and photo slideshow of the new Munger Residence, go to