A self-described “average everyday black sheep,” Sem Holloway, like Sherman College, is different – and proud of it. This Easley, SC, native stays busy by studying chiropractic, performing as an amateur card and coin magician, making armor, and even has a history of wrestling as an amateur pro. Sem says he was drawn to a career in chiropractic partially because of its “renegade” reputation. “I enjoy kicking convention in the teeth when need be,” he says. At Sherman, he is a member of Chiropractic Student Government, the World Congress of Chiropractic Students, the Upper Cervical Club, and a tour guide for prospective students. Sem has a bachelor's degree in communication studies from Clemson University and an Associate in Arts from Tri-County Tech.