Presidium School leaves no stone unturned in developing and perfecting the communicative and other most sought-after skills of the 21st century among its students through well-planned and flawlessly implemented extra co-curricular activities. One such activity of a Debate Competition was organized by the English Faculty and the Storytelling Academy for the students of Grade 11. The digital space pulsated with the lively cut-and-thrust of the debate speeches. Each speaker for and against the topic “Drug Prohibition: An Ineffective Way to Reduce Drug Abuse” spoke convincingly and logically on a topic of great relevance to Generation Next. The speeches were liberally laced with rhetoric, statistics, quotations, examples of drug mafia and campaigns from across the world, and other rhetorical devices. The contestants exhibited their oratory skills and quick thinking as they deftly handled the questions in the Interjection Round. Each speaker displayed an impressive depth of knowledge and research as they spoke feelingly about the pros and cons of Drug Prohibition drives and campaigns.