Students enjoy spaghetti, rock tunes at household fundraiser

By Peter Lim
Staff Writer

The household Servants of the Savior served spaghetti and hosted a rock performance at its Spaghetti Warehouse event in the J.C. Williams Center atrium on Sept. 15.

The Spaghetti Warehouse was a play on coffeehouse events, at which attendees pay an entrance fee and then get to enjoy food and entertainment. 

Live music was provided for the event by a student band called The Journey Back. The band consisted of Tim Scott and Josh Maloney on guitars, Matt Mitch on drums and Ian Jaskolka on vocals.  

Together, the band members performed “Seven Nation Army” by The White Stripes, “Jessie’s Girl” by Rick Springfield, “I Want It That Way” by the Backstreet Boys, “Pour Some Sugar on Me” by Def Leppard and “Closing Time” by Semisonic, among other songs.

Tables at the event were decorated with plastic skulls, and homemade spaghetti and beverages were served at a table on the far side of the atrium. 

Servants of the Savior’s household banner was hung above the stage where The Journey Back played.

Sophomore Kolbe Oesterle said, “I have to say the live performance is incredible.”

Sophomore Macklen Bell added, “This spaghetti has transformed my life. I will be dreaming of it.”