Four Harvard Law School students are calling for the school to investigate the sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh — or cancel the course that he is scheduled to teach as a lecturer at the Ivy League school this winter.

The students made their case in the Harvard Law Record, an independent newspaper affiliated with the law school.

“The credible allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee and Harvard Law School lecturer Brett Kavanaugh have left us with more questions than answers,” the students wrote. “Women at this law school are already forced to opt out of clerkships and employment opportunities in order to avoid alleged sexual predators; they should not also be forced to opt out of classes. The administration diminishes women’s access to education when they fail to address allegations of abuse.”