Opposition is mounting to George Mason University’s plans to rename its law school for the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

The university’s Faculty Senate on Wednesday adopted a resolution expressing “deep concern” with both the decision to honor Scalia in the new name and the terms of the $30 million donation that led to the name change. The faculty body does not have the authority to change the name—that power lies with the university’s Board of Visitors.

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