I concur. Of all the college paper write-ups I've seen, and a few of which I helped point kids in the right direction after getting hit up on Scribd/Twitter, this is by far the best one ever.
I really like how they did a multi-viewpoint take on things, and rather than just report on what they were told or seen they also went into how the experience made them feel and think. And I applaud them for that. We've seen a few local media outlets do the "I went to Scientology church" bit in recent years, and the approach taken in the write-up is always tongue-in-cheek blow off that fosters that "nobody takes Scientology seriously" attitude that I think is harmful in some respects because it deflates all the controversies that people should legitimately be concerned about when it is in their own neighborhood.
Yet the way these kids handled it is brilliant imo! They took it seriously, exposed the creepy factor and sales pitch tactics, yet still painted it with the appropriate degree of "this is bullshit" sentiment. I respect that, because while the tongue-in-cheek approach is entertaining I think it occasionally promotes a slightly dangerous level curiosity/fascination for people to go see it for themselves. But with the way these kids handled it, the usual hype is set aside and the major take-away point is one of creepy weirdness and a waste of time.