The family of missing Rice University student Matthew Wilson has been frantically searching for him in and around Berkeley, ever since his car was found abandoned in June. Apparently, their search is over, as university cops hunting for a laptop thief found Wilson in a Dwinelle Hall classroom, his computer plugged into an audio visual jack. Wilson gave police a phony name at first, then copped to his true identity. According to the Oakland Tribune, Wilson was "disheveled," and had shaved his beard and cut his hair. When police originally searched Wilson's car, they found instruction manuals on how to change your identity and live on the cheap in the Bay Area. Now, that's a story!