1) I've been looking through the tags, and it seems that it's pretty standard to include e.g. Dean's List and admittance to an Honour's program down in the "Awards and Honors" section of an application... but what about scholarships? Do we also include scholarships we've received (as an award)? And would it make a difference if the scholarship is one you have to apply for vs. one you have to be nominated for?
2) What does one include on a CV, anyway? I keep seeing conflicting information, so I figured I might as well ask outright. Education, obviously, and any publications or presentations, but what about languages? Relevant internships? Scholarships? I'm applying to MA program, so my CV is only about 1/2-3/4 of a page right now and about half of that is scholarships (I got a bunch of small scholarships over the course of my undergrad). That said, I've got the impression that it's normal for a CV to be fairly sparse when you're just starting out.