From the Harvard Gazette, the university central administration's official publication, November 15, 2022:
Many analysts and citizens believe that the Constitution, more than 230 years old, is out of touch with contemporary America. We asked the scholars Danielle Allen, Sanford Levinson, Tomiko Brown-Nagin, Vicki Jackson, and Stephen Sachs to suggest changes for a series running over five weeks. In the second installment, Levinson, a professor at the University of Texas Law School and currently a visiting professor at Harvard Law School, zeroes in on Article V.
We have a radically defective Constitution in many different respects. ...We are trapped inside a constitutional "iron cage" whose bars seem impervious to relaxation even when a majority of the country might agree that change is needed. What contributes to this imprisonment is a grotesquely exaggerated veneration for the Constitution.
From the New York Times, December 4, 2022: "Trump's Call for 'Termination' of Constitution Draws Rebukes"
An extraordinary antidemocratic statement from former President Donald J. Trump, suggesting the "termination" of the Constitution to overturn the 2020 election, drew a degree of bipartisan condemnation over the weekend, with a flood from Democrats and a trickle from Republicans.... "Attacking the Constitution and all it stands for is anathema to the soul of our nation and should be universally condemned," Andrew Bates, a White House spokesman, said in a statement.