Olympians in London aren’t the only ones winning medals this summer.

Biola Magazine recently picked up gold, silver and bronze awards from CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) District VII in their annual Awards of Excellence. Biola Magazine received the top prize (gold) in the “Periodical Special Issues” category for last summer’s 25th anniversary commemorative issue. The magazine also picked up silver for “Print Periodical Publishing Improvement” and bronze in the “College and University General Interest Magazines — Circulation: 30,000 to 74,999” category.

The magazine also received recognition in May by the Evangelical Press Association (EPA), which awarded Biola Magazine a 2012 Award of Excellence in the “organizational” category. Though Biola Magazine has previously won EPA Awards of Merit, this was the first time the magazine received the EPA’s “gold” medal for overall writing, story selection, photography and design.