U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor paused a court order requiring Yeshiva University in New York City to allow an LGBTQ+ student club to form on campus—at least for now.

The university, an Orthodox Judaism educational institution in Manhattan with about 6,000 students, is appealing a decision that it violated the New York City Human Rights Law by not allowing the club on campus. Yeshiva unsuccessfully argued in the lower courts that it is a religious institution and that recognition of the LGBTQ+ club would be inconsistent with the Torah’s values.