America’s colleges increasingly produce mental health patients

America’s government-funded and supported colleges produce a steady stream of government-worshipping content and culture.

The expression of alternative and free-market views is generally shunned, and the colleges practice wide-scale discrimination in favor of the trusters of expansive government.

But it seems America’s colleges are increasingly producing mental health patients. The Center for Collegiate Mental Health at Penn State University, which gathers data from 139 institutions, has found that the number of students seeking help jumped 50 percent between 2015 and 2016.

Of those students who sought help, 26 percent said they had intentionally hurt themselves; 33.2 percent had considered suicide, numbers higher than the previous year. See here.