Most PDAs can handle music, photos, and games, and all have PIM software (calander, address book, to do list, etc) to help keep you organized. Thus, a little more information is necessary to help narrow down the field of search. For instance, what is you max price range? Would you like a VGA screen for high-quality photos and graphics, or would the standard QVGA be ok? Also, would you like the PDA to have built-in WiFi. (If you have a home wireless network, you frequent hotspots, or your college has WiFi, it is a nice feature to have.) With a little more information we'll be able to help you select the PDA designed for you.
Hope this helps,
P.S. No matter which PDA you choose, you may want to consider software designed with the student in mind. While all of the PDAs have built-in calanders, to-do lists, contacts, etc, Handmark's 4.0 Student (Pocket PC and Palm) and Birdsoft's My Dog Ate It (Pocket PC only) are two excellent solutions to keep track of assignments, as well as your grades and current averages. 4.0 Student can be synced with an online database (subscription-based), while My Dog Ate It can sync with a desktop version of the program (sold seperately). The latter earned the Pocket PC Magazine editor's choice award, but both have free trials so you can choose for yourself.
I've been doing a lot of research on which PDA, Pocket PC or handheld would be best for me. But I just can't quite make a decision on which one I want. I'm a college stugent, and would like something to organize my schedule. Also, I think I like the windows operating system, but Palm's isn't that bad either. I'd like something that I can store music, pictures and games on. Also, something that can handle pdf files. Any suggestions on what works well?