We recently featured a video in which a group of New York University students said they would consider studying abroad in Benghazi.

It looks like college students at another institution are similarly uninformed.

Makes you wonder what they are actually learning after spending all those tuition dollars!

Benghazi has been in the news since the September 11, 2012 terror attack that saw Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans killed. Nevertheless, some college students at George Mason University are woefully ignorant of the attack, as demonstrated by a video posted Monday by the Media Research Center. They were, however, able to identify the singer of the hit song “Happy.”

“It’s a place in Afghanistan,” one person told MRCTV’s Dan Joseph.

“Something in the Middle East,” another student said.

One female student actually said Benghazi reminds her of a guy she works with at a gym.

“I’m pretty sure his name is Ben Ghazi, or something like that,” she said. He hasn’t been in the news recently, she added.

Another student says her family discusses the issue all the time. Unfortunately, she still doesn’t know what it is.

Joseph had a bit of fun with the students. He told one, for example, that Benghazi is a very light French cream sauce. He told another that Benghazi is a small Japanese robot that helps with gardening. He also told two other students it’s an ancient Libyan word for “what difference does it make,” an obvious slap at former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.